After spending Christmas with family at her native, she returned to Mumbai. She last spoke to her father on Jan 4. A day after when her family members failed to contact her despite several attempts, they filed missing report.
After delaying the investigation initially, Railway Police were forced to commence investigation. However, they failed to nab any suspect so far.
Esthar had moved Mumbai a year ahead after being appointed by IT company TCS
According to police sources, the investigating officials now have been depending on human intelligence to crack the case. One police official was quoted as saying, "We have gone through the cell phone records (many auto, tax drivers) but have not found any information about the possible presence of these persons in the Bhandupeshwar kund area or anywhere between the train terminus and the spot where the body was found."
"The members of a family from Hyderabad, who had travelled with Anuhya in the same compartment, said that they had last seen her at the platform after they alighted from the train at the station. They then parted ways," the official said.
The police also added, "There is data of a few phone calls being made during that time slot that could be of local residents from the locality. But we are not taking any chances and will verify this. Five officers and ten constables have been put on the job to check the details of these phone calls."